Whitepaper: Is it viable to use SAP for the development of business applications?

Published on the 01/03/2016 | Written by Zag


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Read the first installment of our two-part series, on SAP as an option for customer development…

Many SAP customers we’ve met are not fully aware of the capabilities and advantages of using SAP for the development of business applications. But is this approach actually viable? And, if so, is it worth it?

Craig Bennett, Technologies Manager at Soltius, explores this topic in our new white paper. With 19+ years’ experience working with SAP across a broad range of clients and industries, in roles covering solution architecture, project management, functional and technical delivery, Craig is passionate about delivering business value to clients through the right use of processes and technology.

SAP for the development for business

 

 

To find out more about SAP as an option for customer development, please download the free whitepaper: Is it viable to use SAP for the development of business applications?

 

 

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